PE HUB First Read

Jamie Dimon
JP Morgan Chase and Company CEO Jamie Dimon answers a question at the U.S. Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, June 13, 2012. Reuters/Larry Downing/File Photo

Ribbit Capital is targeting $420 million for its latest fund.

Total value of cryptocurrencies fell to under $200 billion, down from $832 billion in January.

Marijuana use is increasing among older people.

Christina Aguilera said she’d do a song with rival Britney Spears.

South Carolina refuses to evacuate inmates as Hurricane Florence nears.

China’s sovereign-wealth fund is interested in buying HNA’s Deutsche Bank stake.

More turmoil at Tesla: The vice president of worldwide finance is out.

Apple unveils its largest ever iPhone.

“60 Minutes” executive Jeff Fager is out because of violating company policy. CBS said his departure was “not directly related” to an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon backtracks on bragging that he could beat President Trump in an election.